regrettably

All Adverb
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  • All this meant that, regrettably, he published less than he might have done.
  • The child was so regrettably free-and-easy in all her ways. Cited from The Rocks of Valpre, by Ethel May Dell
  • Regrettably, the first two pages of the beginning have been lost to time.
  • He made four of those visits, but regrettably was too late for the fifth.
  • These features were regrettably destroyed at this time although the wood has now been replanted.
  • Many of idols are regrettably abandoned without care rather than being turned over to a temple or museum.
  • Yet, on the other hand, if he had known her, his objections would have seemed regrettably personal. Cited from The Beauty and the Bolshevist, by Alice Duer Miller
  • Regrettably, she was unable to attend but kept her promise to visit the school named in her honour.
  • Regrettably, the changes made did not resolve all the problems of the team.
  • Its popularity peaked regrettably before the single was released and could have added to the reasons behind its low debut.
  • Occasionally they made it before the hockey players, but regrettably this didn't happen very often.
  • She had heard that speech becomes regrettably loose in the heat of this sport. Cited from The Wrong Twin, by Harry Leon Wilson
  • Regrettably, he broke his leg during the third game and never saw the field again for St. Louis.
  • Regrettably, it has not been translated into any other language.
  • And, regrettably, that is something we may never know.
  • Regrettably, the lack of equipment and interest quickly led to the dissolution of the team.
  • Regrettably, their great works that faithfully reflected the country and the times have yet to appear.
  • In France our numbers have been regrettably few. Cited from War Romance Salvation Army,E. Booth and G. L. Hill
  • Regrettably it was destroyed in a fire either whilst still incomplete, or in any case before delivery.
  • Regrettably the goal can never be reached, as secret fishing is constant and difficult to control, and has caused the loss of very many species.
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